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Don’t let all that power go to your head

haha jk man! Congrats! That’s awesome


@rattleshnake On the bright side though, it means you get to be the cool supervisor that all the employees like.


I thought 47 was killed you.


I gave the 47th like :blush::


Nah, it was a blank… we had a little negotiation afterwards and went our separate ways :laughing:


So an update on the tsunami that was supposed to hit Sydney: It hasn’t.


Maybe it is a metaphorical tsunami? Jesus loved his vagueness and metaphors.


The guy who directed the first season of True Detective, Cary Joji Fukunaga, is going to direct the next Bond film and it is scheduled for Febuary 14th 2020.


Cool with a new James Bond movie soon, who is playing James Bond this time?

I thought Spectre was his last Bond movie :flushed: :joy:.

Nope Roger Moore was :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:.


Matthew Mcconaughey and Woody Harelson


Alright, alright, alright :grinning: So long as it is not Vince Vaughn and Taylor Kitsch


It’ll be Daniel Craig’s last film, and unless you count Sean Connery in the non-EON film Never Say Never Again, it will make him the longest running Bond surprassing Roger Moore’s 12 year tenure.


Timothy Dalton was the best James Bond. Trufax.


I love Dalton’s Bond and love both The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill, even if Licence has alot of flaws to it. He did what Craig had done but just in a time where it wasn’t as succesful.


True, I agree with you


You don’t mess with a classic for me it is Connery all the way, before Skyfall and Casino Royal the Connery Bonds were my favourite


I think we all know that George Lazenby is the definitive James Bond.


Wasn’t he the Aussie who became Bond by socking the casting director in the face?


He was an Australian most famous before Bond for doing a chocolate bar advert, and apparently got the job by walking straight into the producers office without being invited. No idea about punching anyone though.


Yeah I don’t know where the punching thing came from might be thinking of another film